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Oct 2, 2012 6:00pm EDT
're getting a chance to look at it. the trustees are basically asking the district government to put up more money to pay for the right sizing plan. the trustos want $21 million to address the plan. it's $11 million typically used for the capital budget and that is to be moved into the right siding budget now. listen to this. the remaining $10 million needed will support its employee separation plan and the report said it can't guarantee the actions relating to faculty and staff alignment won't result in legal action. appears that want report said on average, udc spends 315% more on management positions than another university -- other universities. still no word on the fought our of the university president. we're in the process of putting the entire report online and so that everyone can check in with www.myfoxdc.comcom to see what the report has to say and we'll have an update at 10. >> all right, matt ackland, it's true what they say. >>> men's -- someone's always watching a. a new disturbing report claims the government is spying more americans those days. days. . >> right now. no. no.
Oct 1, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. they are not saying who carried out the attempt. the finger is being pointed to hackers from the chinese government. the associated press was told it targeted a network of unclassified information and there is no information that any data was removed. >> and on your monday, after a decade long fight, a piece of history closes its doors. what is next for the old power plant on the potomac. and seeing a little wet weather today. >> and i know the nat fans don't want to see that, will. it is very light. i'm expecting a few hundreds but we'll probably have light showers or drizzle. hopefully not enough to cause a rain delay. and we have scott out there. i'm sure the stands are filling regardless of the showers? >> reporter: well the showers are starting to go away. so it looks like they are on the way out and the magic number is one so that means a nats win, and the champagne will fro -- will flow tonight. >> get the goggles ready, scott. >> and if you have a story idea, we want to put it on the air. the fox tip line, the number 202-859-3000 or even better, e- mail all of the information, including the
Sep 27, 2012 6:00pm EDT
on government. >> i see hard-working virginians. i see students trying to work their way through college. >> reporter: the president was with students who typically pay no income tax like many soldiers. >> i see a whole bunch of veterans who served this country with bravery and distinction. >> reporter: amid the cheering veterans at the romney rally was dave clan, undecided because clan said, romney's economic plans lack details. >> and i've got some doubts that there's really any depth behind some of those. >> reporter: you're not ready to commit to mitt romney in virginia? >> no, i'm not. >> reporter: voters in another battleground, iowa, began voting today. ballots being cast before the presidential debates. i'm steve handelsman, news4. >>> after the speech in springfield today, governor romney talked about what he would do to cut to avoid slashing defense spending. julie carrie asked him about polls that show him trailing the president. julie? >> mitt romney made his case today for becoming the next commander in chief. and in our interview he made it clear he's ready to cut other are
Sep 25, 2012 6:00pm EDT
are accusing rebel fighters of bombing a school today. the rebels say the government forces used the school as a cover to launch mortar attacks on civilians. >> reporter: syrian state television is reporting that an explosion has taken place at a school in the capital of damascus that has left at least seven people wounded. now there are reports suggesting that rebels targeted the school because it was being used by pro government militias to attack nearby neighborhoods. it is the latest indication of the violence that is spiraling out of control there. meanwhile, in new york at the united nations, the man tasked with putting an end to the conflict by both the united nation answered the arab league briefed the u.n. security council members on his recent trip to the region. he told u.n. security council members that the conflict in syria was going from bad to worse and said that it is now threatening regional stability and international peace. despite that grim assessment, he said there was a possibility for hope to end the conflict, but really did not spell out how exactly he was going to t
Sep 26, 2012 6:00pm EDT
to hit the government's military command center. syrian tv broadcast this video of the blast. but nbc news cannot confirm the authenticity. in a separate development, iran's english language state news service said one of its reporters was killed while covering the bombings today. the news agency press tv reported that reporter maya nasr was shot by a sniper. the news director blamed turkey, saudi arabia and qatar, accusing them of supplying weapons to rebel fighters in syria. >>> violence broke out in greece today. thousands of protesters converged on athens. some of them firebombed the capital during a nationwide anti-austerity strike. julia chatterly has more on the demonstration that started out peacefully. >> reporter: just a few hours after the violence flared here in athens, things are relatively back to normal. the traffic is flowing freely. litter on the streets now. and the police presence has certainly dropped right back. it began as a very peaceful protest. tens of thousands of people here to protest against the government's austerity measures. but it changed very quickly
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